About the Classic Outdoor Games Theme
Some games never go out of style. Add some fun and physical activity to your den or pack program with these classic outdoor games. Your Cub Scouts will have fun and your parents will appreciate the opportunity to release some energy.
Here are some traditional games. You can purchase these, but some of them are easy enough to make yourself also.
But not all games require special equipment. See some of the examples in the list below.
What are your favorite backyard games? Add them to the comments below.
And check out my other Cub Scout themes.
More resources and ideas for a classic outdoor games Cub Scout theme
Kick the Can
Kick the can is a classic game which combines tag and hide and go seek. This is a great wide area game for a large group. Use it as an activity at a pack campout or to add some physical…
Steal the Bacon – How to Play
Steal the Bacon is a good game for a large group of Scouts. This is fun for all age levels – from Cub Scouts to Scouts BSA to Venturers. Your older Scouts might try to employ some strategy when playing…
This Spud game works well for a group of 8 to 10 Scouts. This goes with my Classic Outdoor Games theme. I’m sure many of us played this as children.
Capture the Flag
Capture the Flag is a great game for a large group. Our Scouts BSA Troop plays it often as an interpatrol activity during meetings. Cub Scouts can play it also. We had a joint Pack/Troop flag retirement ceremony at a…
To explain how to play marbles, you should know the terminology. I have defined some of the most basic terms here.
Red Light Green Light
When working with Cub Scouts, remember KISMIF – Keep It Simple. Make It Fun. Sometimes we come up with elaborate or complicated plans when our young Scouts would really be just as happy with something simple. Red Light Green Light…
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